Author Topic: [WEBSITE v2] MusicBee website and forum redesign  (Read 574234 times)





phred

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now if you make 100,000 posts you can become a Hero!
Thanks Steven. Now you only have 66,000 to go.

So it would seem you changed the category threshold rather than the category name.
Download the latest MusicBee v3.5 or 3.6 patch from here.
Unzip into your MusicBee directory and overwrite existing files.

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hiccup

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+1 to at least changing "hero member" to something else. Perhaps "prolific member"?
I came across 'veteran' on another forum.
Somewhat in hindsight now, but perhaps that would have been a better option?


sveakul

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I came across 'veteran' on another forum.
Somewhat in hindsight now, but perhaps that would have been a better option?
+1

hiccup

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I came across 'veteran' on another forum.
Somewhat in hindsight now, but perhaps that would have been a better option?
+1
In supporting my own suggestion...
(I'm not above any human flaw ;-)

To me 'senior' only implies someone being of a certain 'old age'.

'veteran' implies that someone has been active and participating for a longer time and has seen and learned things.
(e.g. has watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate)

Until somebody thinks of more appropriate qualifications, 'veteran' would have my preference.
Last Edit: November 11, 2023, 08:29:58 PM by hiccup

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An upward trend in MusicBee users?
Some tik-tok MB video that was posted somewhere recently?
Spambots banging on the door trying to get in?

karbock

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When in the profile info the preferred language is set to anything else than English,
the icon doesn't show in the forum post lists.
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boroda

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When in the profile info the preferred language is set to anything else than English,
the icon doesn't show in the forum post lists.

here is my solution:

i've tired of the ugly "New" text label on the forum instead of the old icon, so i've created css style for the "Stylus" browser extension (available for all modern browsers). this css style replaces the missing "New" site icon by the icon directly embedded to the style.

this is how the forum is now looking for me:



the extension link to google chrome store:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stylus/clngdbkpkpeebahjckkjfobafhncgmne

css code:
Code
/* ==UserStyle==
@name           getmusicbee.com - 29.06.2023, 20:38:40
@namespace      github.com/openstyles/stylus
@version        1.0.0
@description    A new userstyle
@author         Me
==/UserStyle== */

@-moz-document url-prefix("https://getmusicbee.com/forum/index.php") {
    img[src="https://getmusicbee.com/forum/Themes/mb_modern/images/russian-utf8/new.gif"]
    {
        content: url("data:image/png;base64,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");
    }
}


boroda

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how do you absolutely correctly transliterated my nick to russian? i'm doubtful that google translate can do this  ;D